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posted on 2023-08-17, 08:24 authored by Irina OfiteruIrina Ofiteru

 The chemical structure of the healing product analysed using LabRam HR800 Raman spectrometer, for the samples exposed to tap water (TP) and waste water (WW), respectively.

 

The labelling of the samples is as follows:


SI_R - represents plain mortar (samples in Set I)

SI_R+GM_I_ACG-Ø - represents plain mortar with growth media I (calcium nitrate and yeast extract) and aerated concrete granules 

SI_R+GM_I_ACG-S - represents plain mortar with growth media I (calcium nitrate and yeast extract) and aerated concrete granules with spores

SII_R - represents plain mortar (samples in Set II)

SII_R+C_ ACG-Ø - represents plain mortar with calcium nitrate and aerated concrete granules 

SII_R+YA_ ACG-Ø - represents plain mortar with sodium acetate and aerated concrete granules 

SII_R+GM_II_ACG-Ø - represents plain mortar with with growth media II (calcium nitrate and sodium acetate) and aerated concrete granules 

SII_R+GM_II_ACG-S - represents plain mortar with with growth media II (calcium nitrate and sodium acetate) and aerated concrete granules with spores 

Funding

This work was funded by EPSRC Standard Grant Engineering Microbial-Induced Carbonate Precipitation via Meso-Scale Simulations (eMICP) (Newcastle University EP/S013997/1; University of Bath EP/S013857/1; Cardiff University EP/S01389X/1).

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